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Eruvin 97

2) [line 8] LI'ANVINHU MI'ANAV? - let him tie the Tefilin with a bow?
3) [line 16] NOYEIHEN L'VAR - their beauty (the letters that spell out the name of HaSh-m) faces outwards (so that they can be seen by other people)

4) [line 24] D'MISMACHI - that his expertise is confirmed
5) [line 31] TZEVAS HA'SHENI - the second bundle
6) [line 35] LA'AFUKEI ME'CHEZKEI - to exclude this case of bundles of Tefilin from his usual requirement for a Chazakah of only two

7) [line 39] ZAVEI ZAVEI - many pairs of Tefilin that are tied together in a bundle
8) [line 40] D'KERICHAN TUVA - many Tefilin that are tied together, but not in pairs


9) [line 3] AVSHA MILSA - the thing "makes noise," i.e. becomes known
10) [line 20] ME'ARAN - he pours them
11) [line 25] D'BELI'AN B'ISAH - where they are absorbed in a dough
12) [line 25] ISNAHU B'EINAIHU - they are distinct (not absorbed into a dough)
13) [line 29] MIPNEI ROTVAH - because of its sauce
14) [line 35] SHEYARAH - a caravan that encamped on a plain

(a) A person is only allowed to walk a distance of 2000 Amos, approximately 960 meters (3147 feet) or 1,152 meters (3774 feet), depending upon the differing Halachic opinions, from his city or dwelling place (if he is not in a city) on Shabbos or Yom Tov. If he wants to walk another 2000 Amos, he must make an Eruv Techumin.
(b) This is accomplished by placing an amount of food that would be used for two meals nearly 2000 Amos away from his present location, in the direction in which he wishes to walk. The location where his food is placed is considered his new dwelling or *place of Shevisah* for that Shabbos or Yom Tov, and he may walk 2000 Amos in any direction from there. In addition to people, *objects* also acquire a place of Shevisah, preventing them from being removed 2000 Amos from their Makom Shevisah on Shabbos or Yom Tov. Objects that have owners receive the Techum of their owners.
(c) The Tana'im argue as to whether ownerless objects acquire a Makom Shevisah, preventing them from being removed 2000 Amos from their Makom Shevisah on Shabbos or Yom Tov, or not. If they do not acquire a Makom Shevisah, their Techum is like the Techum of the person who takes possession of them on Shabbos.

16) [line 42] ISKUFAH - threshold, lower doorstep
17) [line 42] NISGALGEL HA'SEFER MI'YADO - part of the scroll fell out of his hands and rolled away from him; he still holds the rest of it

18) [line 44] HOFCHO AL HA'KESAV - he turns it over such that the words face the wall and cannot be seen. This is considered less disgraceful than having the words showing.

19) [last line] V'KAMAH - and in front of it

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